Dunkin' Brands Group Inc., parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins (BR), announced that chief financial officer Neil Moses is being named chief global strategy officer in recognition of his increasing focus on driving the company's strategic initiatives.
He will continue to report to Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands CEO and Dunkin' Donuts president, U.S., and will oversee the company's strategy, finance, global supply chain and information technology functions.
Additionally, Paul Carbone, formerly Dunkin' Brands vice president, Finance and Strategy, is being promoted to chief financial officer. He will continue to report to Moses and will be responsible for the company's finance, investor relations and loss prevention functions.
"These moves recognize Neil's and Paul's incredible contributions to the success of Dunkin' Brands, including the successful launch of our IPO last summer," Travis said. "This also further solidifies our world-class management team and positions us well for the future."
Moses joined Dunkin' Brands in November 2010. He had previously served as EVP, CFO of Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), a Massachusetts-based software company. Prior, Moses served as the CFO for a variety of companies in the technology and retail sectors.
Before joining Dunkin' Brands in 2008, Carbone served as the SVP and CFO for Tween Brands, where he had responsibility for the company's financial functions, loss prevention and travel management. He also served in financial leadership roles for several retail organizations.
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